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  • Moskus
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    I have one last place to check, my out-of-house backup location. However, that could take a while, at least to the weekend.

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  • Raptor
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    Sorry to be a pain in the a$$ but have you been able to take a look for the files?

    Raptor

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  • Raptor
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    That would be great as the files have dissaperaed!

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  • Moskus
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    I'm not sure, I'll have to check.

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  • Raptor
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    Originally posted by Moskus View Post
    Try this: http://blog.netnerds.net/2006/06/set...s-server-2003/

    After that, I could install my bluetooth dongle, using the Widcomm stack (from Trust).
    Hi Moskus,

    Unfortunaly the files on that site are not all there, do you happen to have a local copy i could use to intall buletooth on my server?

    thanks
    Raptor

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  • Moskus
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    Try this: http://blog.netnerds.net/2006/06/set...s-server-2003/

    After that, I could install my bluetooth dongle, using the Widcomm stack (from Trust).

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  • william.abbo
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    Searching for the same.

    That would be perfect if any-one would know a working BT-device for
    Win-2003

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  • Moskus
    started a topic BT dongle for Windows 2003 Server (or WHS if you prefer)

    BT dongle for Windows 2003 Server (or WHS if you prefer)

    So I finally got the BT Connector registered again. After many emails to support at homeseer it just worked. I don't know what I did, but it doesn't matter...


    But now to something completely different:

    Can anybody recommend me a BT dongle that works with Windows 2003 Server?

    My new server for HS and such is running Windows Home Server (and I LOVE IT), but finding a bluetooth dongle that works seems to be tricky...


    Since Win2k3 doesn't have Microsofts stack, I'm guessing it has to be a WIDCOMM stack dongle...


    Thank you!
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